In the concluding readings for this Module and the ARCHES web resource/text, the authors argue that education is the key way in which individuals can contribute to the protection of cultural heritage. For this module, I’d like you to consider this issue. Do you think this course and/or the ARCHES resource provided you with useful information on these issues and do you think this was a worthwhile educational focus/pursuit (it’s OK if you don’t). Moreover, how do you think we can better inform the general public on these issues, or should we? The readings for this module also argue that educating on the value of global heritage is also important. While events related to the destruction of cultural heritage are certainly happening “in our own backyards,” they’re certainly also happening far from home in places we may never see or visit. How do we make all sites important (or can we)?